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Credit: Greg Kessler" /> Credit: Greg Kessler STRESS IN HUNGARY >> On page 52 of this issue, Jenny Marder profiles the work of Rockefeller's Russell Romeo, who studies stress hormones in rats. Learn more about cellular responses to stress at the World Conference of Stress in Budapest, August 23-26. For more, see http://www.stress07.com. SUPERCOMPUTING >> Andrea Gawrylewski went to Pittsburgh to see the BigBen Supercom

The Scientist Staff
Aug 1, 2007
<figcaption> Credit: Greg Kessler</figcaption>
Credit: Greg Kessler

STRESS IN HUNGARY >> On page 52 of this issue, Jenny Marder profiles the work of Rockefeller's Russell Romeo, who studies stress hormones in rats. Learn more about cellular responses to stress at the World Conference of Stress in Budapest, August 23-26. For more, see http://www.stress07.com.

SUPERCOMPUTING >> Andrea Gawrylewski went to Pittsburgh to see the BigBen Supercomputer, which she writes about on page 44. To learn how to use this powerful tool in your research, attend the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center's workshop on "Multicore Petascale Applications" August 27-29. For details visit http://www.psc.edu/training/petascale/.

SYS BIO AND DRUGS >> On page 36, Brendan Borrell finds out whether the pharmaceutical industry is embracing systems biology. If you're interested in jumping on the bandwagon, check out the International Society for Computational Biology's workshop on system biology for microbial genomes in San Diego, August 17. Sign up at...

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